29 August 2014
28 August 2014
Pixite has come up with some really inventive apps. Most mobile photographers are familiar with Tangent, Fragment. LoryStripes, Matter and Union. I'm very excited to be able to give away TEN promo codes for Union app. Special thanks to Ben at Pixite who so generously provided the promo codes for this giveaway.
Union ($1.99 on the App Store) enables you to make multiple photo compositions. With the various blending modes and masking capabilities you can create superimposed, silhouetted and double exposure images.
From within Union you can export your image to Tangent, Matter, LoryStripes and Fragment. This makes the transition easy to begin your edit in one app and continue in another Pixite app.
Below is a tutorial by award-winning mobile photographer, Brandon Kidwell. Brandon is known for his double-exposure imagery.
Here's another image Brandon created using Union. Click on the image to visit Brandon's website and see the step by step tutorial.
27 August 2014
I never run out of talented people to interview from the mobile photography community. Today I present my interview with Wojtek Papaj. I believe Wojtek is the first Windows Phone user I've interviewed.
26 August 2014
Instagram just released a new app, Hyperlapse from Instagram that lets you create time lapse videos easily without a tripod or any expensive equipment. I can't wait to take this hiking with me and see how it all turns out. There are all sorts of possibilities. I'll be at a wedding next month too and would love to shoot some footage there as well. The hyperlapse can be adjusted to 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x and 12x. There is automatic stabilizations that works well to prevent bumpiness in the video.
|© Thomas Leuthard|
Join us on Flickr in the Mob Street Group and submit your favorite mobile street photograph each week for a chance to be featured. Thanks to all the contributing members!
If you missed my blog post about the 46 free photography eBooks, here's one you won't want to miss. Click on the image (left) to get access to Going Candid, An Unorthodox Approach to Street Photography by Thomas Leuthard. To read the post and get the links to all 46 eBooks, click here.
|Olgivie Metra Train Station © Richard Pilon|